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RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Happy Birthday, Richard! X2
2 many 2 04/23/21 06:53pm RV Pet Stop
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

I have been watching and waiting, thank you for the update.
2 many 2 04/22/21 08:46am Tech Issues
RE: Help! Hitch stuck in ball mount.

Always apply grease to the ball despite what some might advise. X2 Thanks! Um, despite looking more foolish than I already do... what kind of grease do I need to buy and where can I buy it? An auto shop? Walmart? Tractor Supply Co.? Do I just ask for "grease"? Is there a specific type? Yes, any kind will do. After you unhook, wipe off the ball with a couple paper towels and re-apply clean grease the next time you hook-up. You just need a teaspoon full at the most each time, smear it all over the ball. Once in a while it is also a good idea to wipe out the coupler up inside to clean out dirt or other contamination.
2 many 2 04/16/21 12:02pm Beginning RVing
RE: Help! Hitch stuck in ball mount.

Always apply grease to the ball despite what some might advise. X2
2 many 2 04/16/21 10:38am Beginning RVing
RE: Need Dometic Interior Parts?

2 many 2 03/23/21 10:24am Tech Issues
RE: Pie Iron: Mountain Man Breakfast

Awesome! Makes me want to break out my Pie Iron Collection!
2 many 2 03/16/21 01:58am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Need Dometic Interior Parts?

Man, you are not kidding about the price of interior parts from Dometic. When I got my new TT, I discovered the fridge was only supplied with the absolute minimum in shelving and door trays. I scoured the internet for replacement / additions to the interior and eventually went to Dometic Factory Part Sales. If I remember correctly, it was about $400 bucks for a few items I wanted to complete everything the way I wanted it. Kudos to you for offering these items to fellow forum members. Cheers!
2 many 2 03/11/21 04:23pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Rebuild Website - Online soon - Input?

Bob, I first started reading RV.NET in 2003, I remember the original thread and would check in every morning to see how the progress was going. Anyone that has not seen it, is NOT going to believe it! I am really looking forward to seeing all that incredible fabrication again!
2 many 2 03/06/21 01:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Winnebago Skylight

Take a look here: Clicky I have two of these and you can stand on them. When I called them on the phone about sizing they were very helpful.
2 many 2 02/18/21 01:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: What does this go to - A/C edition

That's the frost sensor that tells the control board to turn off the compressor if it detects icing conditions. As soon as the temperature rises enough, the compressor will operate normally. Where you put it is fine... X2, When I installed my last air conditioner, that is exactly how it worked.
2 many 2 02/07/21 06:47pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: It fits....

Great execution and nice plan. Enjoy
2 many 2 02/07/21 04:39am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Relocating propane detector?

Just in case you don't know, LP Detectors typically have an expiration date of five to seven years. You can test yours with the gas from an un-lit lighter. I observed a twenty year old RV with the original LP Detector, this test yielded it did still work after over a full minute of exposure to the gas. After replacing with a new one and performing the same test, the Detector alarmed in just a second or two. Just a thought.....If you are re-locating, you may as well upgrade the Detector while you are at it. PS: The LP detector manufacturers do not recommend testing the Detectors in this way. I have seen professionals on this site refer to cupping their hands over an un-lit stove top burner and carrying it to the Detector to test it. Good luck
2 many 2 01/20/21 03:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Extended warranty

I agree with others, but I do think the one caveat might be the relative handiness of the purchaser. Some of us will go to great lengths to self-diagnose and fix. For those in that camp, warranties are especially unnecessary. In 8.5 years with our current trailer it has been to the shop 2x - once to replace the tires and the other time to replace an axle. All other issues I have dealt with myself. If, on the other hand, you are one that will blush at the notion of replacing a toilet seal or repairing a door slide, you either want a warranty (with a bunch of patience) or a financial plan to pay for the issues along the way. Well Said :)
2 many 2 01/12/21 07:37pm Beginning RVing
RE: Extended warranty

say no and it will drop to $3500. bumpy I have had this happen to me, incredible fortitude on the part of the person selling the rip off program. Check the fine print, most will do everything possible to avoid paying a claim.
2 many 2 01/12/21 12:32pm Beginning RVing
RE: Plumbing pressure relief

An accumulator WILL help considerably A simple accumulator tank solved multiple issues for me. I would not own another RV without one. The RV system is closed, unlike a sticks and bricks house that usually allow backflow to the city supply to relieve pressure. I have seen the RV system at a static 60psi cold, then started the Water Heater and allowed it to come to temperature without opening any fixtures to relieve the pressure. I have seen it rise to as much as 140psi regardless of an air gap in the WH or not, this pressure revealed weak spots in my system too. I am sure this is what you are experiencing. A simple accumulator tank will solve this issue and also provide some additional benefits as well. Very inexpensive, easy to install and they come in sizes from one quart to two gallons for RV's or more. The bigger the better, I went with a half gallon size due to size constrictions and it works perfect. Cheers
2 many 2 01/12/21 03:01am Tech Issues
RE: Toilet Mystery

Possible accumulator tank in the system? Combined with a leaky toilet valve?
2 many 2 01/07/21 04:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Removing refrigerator trim

Looks like a pretty cool tool, let us know if it works.
2 many 2 01/02/21 10:38pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Removing refrigerator trim

Try this: Click Here
2 many 2 01/02/21 05:40pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Easiest plumbing job I have ever done

I wonder what a RV repair tech or plumber would have charged ? $500 Show up late, take long lunch and leave early, when you call you get voice mail. If you ask any questions the "tech" (term loosely used) will make a parts run and not return until the next day leaving everything unusable overnight. :B
2 many 2 12/25/20 01:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Easiest plumbing job I have ever done

Being a retired general contractor, I have a tub full of 100+ fittings. Every one except the one I need today :S That's ME! :B:E
2 many 2 12/25/20 01:36pm Travel Trailers
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